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I dont agree...if the employees did the work claimed in the charges then they are just as guilty. If he held their jobs over their head, that wouldnt excuse the wrongful act. They were doing the work on their own choice (by staying employed at that shop). If they felt that they would lose their job by not following orders, then they should have left or reported it. The government or Britt would have terminated their employment one day. If he held their employment over their heads in this situations, then he (Britt) would do the same in another situation. They still had a choice to work ethically or not, and if the charges are confirmed, then they chose wrong and can only fault themselves.


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